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Upcoming Webinar with Soroptimist International: "Learn Outcomes of CSW68 to Advocate Nationally"

The purpose of the webinar is to encourage Soroptimists around the world to realise that CSW doesn’t just take place each year in March, but that action can be taken throughout the year.  Our webinar will focus on key topics such as climate crisis, education and health and will help Soroptimists learn more about how they can effectively lobby their governments so we can get changes agreed and implemented.  

Webinar on Wednesday 22 May at 11:00pm AEST time. 

The webinar will address some of the outcomes – the Agreed Conclusions-  and how women and girls are impacted. It will focus in particular on climate justice, universal healthcare and education.

The speakers will be:

  • Berthe De Vos​, SI UN Representative, Geneva
  • Linda Witong, SI Advocacy Advisor
  • Ulla Madsen, SI Member of the Danish Delegation to CSW68​

Speakers will outline why it is so important that Soroptimists take action to ensure that change happens, highlighting a few concrete actions Soroptimists can take to ensure that the outcomes are acted upon and implemented in their countries, at club level, union level and as individuals. 

Register for the event HERE.

CSW68 Resources 

The presentations from SI's parallel/side events from CSW68 are available on the SI website: 

  • ‘Addressing Gendered Poverty: Best Practices and Lessons Learned’ (in-person)
  • ‘The Intersections of Gender, Poverty and Climate Change’ (virtual)
  • ‘Access to Finances Locally for Women Through Gender Budgeting’ (virtual)

They can be found on the Resources page of the SI website, in the section titled ‘Advocacy Resources’ HERE.

You can also find the video recording of ‘Access to Finances Locally for Women Through Gender Budgeting’ on the SI YouTube channel HERE.

SISEAP Membership

Soroptimist International is a global movement of women, with members belonging to more than 3,000 clubs in 126 countries/territories, spread over 5 Federations